Spacer

Chip Chip Hooray!

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies!

Get in my mouth. Right now. It’s cookie time!

Confetti Cookie Ingredients

Okay, anytime is cookie time in my book. How about you?

I made these chocolate chip cookies using a few extras that I had on my counter.

Chopped Pecans

Leftover pecans from last weekend’s Hummingbird Cake that I chopped up.

Pastel M&M's

Pastel M&M’s leftover from Easter. These were hiding under a pile of different color candy melts I had on the counter or else they would have already been gone by now.

Chocolate Wafers

E. Guittard semi-sweet chocolate wafers. I still had a box from the last time I made Jacques Torres’ Chocolate Chip Cookies. And now I don’t think I can make chocolate chip cookies with little baby morsels ever again. Okay, that’s not true. But seriously, try making chocolate chip cookies with these chocolate baking discs sometime. Holy yum. I picked mine up at Williams-Sonoma.

Cookie Dough

Mix up the dough and add in the pecans. That is if you want. You can also leave them out.

Mixing Dough

Add in some M&M’s. Any color combo you like.

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookie Dough

And stir in the chocolate.

Dough it!

Cookies

Scoop them and bake them right up.

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookie Dough

Or coat the tops in confetti sprinkles for a little more fun.

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies.

Big Bite

It’s like a party in every bite.

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies
Yield: Two Dozen Cookies

Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2-3/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 3/4 cup pecans, finely chopped
  • 1-1/2 cups M&M's
  • 2 cups semisweet chocolate wafers – or morsels : )
  • Confetti sprinkles
  • Sea salt

Instructions

  1. Sift together flour, soda and salt with a wire whisk and set aside.
  2. In a mixer, cream butter and sugars together for about two minutes until light and fluffy.
  3. Add eggs and vanilla and mix until combined. On low, add flour mixture and mix until just combined. Stir in chopped pecans, M&M's and chocolate wafers.
  4. Chill dough for about 30 minutes.
  5. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
  6. Scoop chilled dough with a 2-inch scoop. Gently press tops in a small dish of confetti sprinkles and place 2 inches apart on cookie sheet. Note: If using regular M&M's you can top with primary color confetti sprinkles to match.
  7. Sprinkle tops with sea salt if desired.
  8. Bake for about 16 minutes or until lightly brown. If using a smaller scoop, then bake for about 12-14 minutes. Transfer cookies to a wire rack to cool and repeat with remaining cookie dough.
Enjoy warm with a big glass of milk.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

80 comments on “Chip Chip Hooray!”

  1. INTERACTIVE LED FLAT PANEL

    Interactive LEDs give you full mouse control of your PC or MAC from the large LED touch screen.
    Control any application that is running on your computer and use our software to annotate, collaborate cast and more.
    Onboard Android gives you access to 100s of Apps to install onto the LED from the TouchIT App Store.
    The LED comes with 10pt Multi-Touch,” 3 Year On Site Warranty (USA & Canada) & a 50 000 hour lifespan.THANKs

    https://www.gladwingroup.com/interactive-led-flat-panel-display-supreme-9-series.php

  2. Chip chip hooray! These looks super delicious.

  3. I love to add color to anything I bake. I guess I think that the color should reflect how it is going to taste

  4. I love the look of these! I made something similar recently which was a funfetti cake full of colourful sprinkles as you can see;
    http://myownbakeoff.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/funfetti-sprinkle-cake.html

  5. Hi

    I made these twice already but I wanted to ask what can I used to substitute the sugar in this recipe?

    Or how can I make it healthier but still with the same great flavor?

    Thank you.

  6. When I saw the picture of this, I gasped! They looked so good!

  7. Those look to die for!

  8. Looks great! Ill be sure to pin it!

  9. Fascinating ingredients. So colorful and chocolatey that kids always love. But I’m sure that even adults will dig this treat. I can easily consume some of those.

  10. Wow! They look so real! And really yummy! I would love the cinnamon roll soaps; bet they smell exactly like the real thing!

  11. Oh, my yummy goodness! Those look so good. But you’re a genius everything you do always looks so good.

  12. What a fun cookie! I love the addition of pretzel M&M’s too – I’m so addicted to those!

  13. so cute and they look absolutely delicious!
    http://www.ordinarylady.com

  14. They look so fun AND delicious! Bakerella when are you going to come to England? Love your blog over here :) x

  15. Wow your cookies look beautiful. I bet they taste as good as they look too.

  16. Such a great recipe! Thanks for posting! These would be perfect for a special occasion, or just a random weekday when a treat is needed!

  17. Ooh these look gorgeous! Love the pastel m&ms :-)

  18. What a sweet idea, and how tasty! I love the colors, but mostly I love the pecans and chocolate. Those are my two favorite things in a cookie.

  19. Super cute, love that you used dark chocolate M&M’s too!

  20. Hi. I love your blog. It’s just wonderful. Having kids (4) I don’t have much time to myself, but when I do find the time, I go to two blogs. I go to yours and John Contratt’s Cooking With Mr. C. Between the two of you, I get wonderful ideas to keep the kids (and the hubby) happy. Thanks so much.

  21. Haha, I should not read your blog before breakfast! So tasty looking!

  22. wow! How cute! I love the pastel M&Ms!!!!

  23. So beautiful !!! I love cookies and M&M’S ! Colors are pretty.
    J’adore !!!
    A french girl who loves cooking.

  24. Thank you so much for posting WHERE you got the large chocolate chips from! I have been looking for larger sized good-quality chips for at least a month now…lol

  25. These look like so much fun and yummy too!

  26. Everything you bake is just so cute! So much cuter than if I made it. Love how colorful these are too!

  27. OMG!! Look at all the different colors and OMG!! They’re so cute!! I bet they were delicious!

  28. Oh these are so delicious and pillowy and cute and colorful and… must have! :-)

  29. You said it perfectly…”a party in every bite”!

  30. I love all the add-ins tasty, tasty!

  31. this is so …. beautiful :P <— me drooling

  32. My kids will love those! Can’t wait to make them!!

  33. WOW! Those look great! MMM.. I will definitely try this recipe.

  34. I swear the cookies look like they should be wearing pointy party hats & blowing kazoos!
    Just bought my first box of Guittard…
    Guess what I’ll bake them into first?!

  35. These just look like so much fun!

  36. I love your blog so much. I’m always excited to see a new blog post because I know I’ll really enjoy reading about and visualizing your creations. Thank you!!

  37. What a perfect combination of color and flavor!

  38. Yummy! These are a great way to use up all those extra (and hidden) ingredients.

  39. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

  40. These look fabulous and super customizable!

  41. How do you know when to use salted or unsalted butter?

  42. No more bright cheery M and M’s :'( I only see them at Easter time. But such a bright and cheery cookie, they make me smile :D

  43. I bought mini M&Ms at the BIG store in Las Vegas recently and made cookies too! Yours look so yummy!

  44. You just come up with the yummiest things!!! I am going to try this soon. This has been pinned!

  45. These are the perfect little dessert for a kindergarten graduation get together…chocolate and colorful sprinkles that the kids will love.
    Thanks for the idea, recipe and as always the wonderful pictures!

  46. Simply gorgeous. Another thing to add to my (already considerable) baking to do list!

  47. I’ve never thought to put those kind of sprinkles on chocolate chip cookies, but I should because they look really fun!

  48. These look so cute! Perfect for a slumber/sleepover party!
    http://annescribblesanddoodles.blogspot.com/

  49. I would pay someone $1000 to make these for me right now.

  50. they look adorable and delicious!!

  51. How fun are these! I love the colors!

  52. I have about 3 dozen cookies I want to make for the beginning of June. I am thinking these will have to make my list for the people who can have gluten.

  53. Just the right kind of cookie for me–addicted to sprinkles AND chocolate! So fun and happy, just what I needed to brighten up this cold, dreary Monday here in SoCal {and everyone says it’s supposed to be WARM here!}

  54. these are adorable!!! a great way to use up leftover easter candy :)

  55. Oh my gosh, these look sooo good! And so fun – love the colors!

  56. CUTEST chocolate chip cookies EVER.

  57. These are so sweet- cuties!

  58. Love all the sprinkles in these!

  59. This is my kind of confetti cookie! I just bought some of those Guittard wafers and can’t wait to try them in a cookie like this. Love these cheerful cookies! : )

  60. Yum yum yum! Where did you get those pastel MnM’s?

  61. Oh my they look so good! Wish I could eat sweets like I did years ago. The colors and chocolate just explode in your mouth! Haha. Yummy! Miss you!

  62. What a fun recipe! I didn’t know there are pastel M&M’s! Awesome!

  63. These are so cute and perfect for any birthday party!! Cookies are so versatile, like you said any color combo would work!!

  64. Yikes!

  65. Oh my word! Don’t they just look like a party for the taste buds! Your website is a little slice of heaven. Rx

    http://sandersonsmithstory.blogspot.co.uk/

  66. These are crazy! So much going on and totally fun. Next time I have random sprinkles and stuff around, I’m throwing them into a cookie and calling them Bakerella Jumble Mash Cookies.

  67. Just looking at these cookies makes me happy! I love the big bite taken out of the cookie in your last pic; I can only imagine how good these are!

  68. Wow, those look fabulous! Posts like this make me slighly depressed about not living in the US though.. We don’t have enough cute sprinkles and candy here! (Thanks to blogs like yours it IS geting better though :) )

  69. Oh my goodness! These cookies look amazing. I bet they’re delicious too. This is going straight on my ‘to bake’ list!

    http://alovelylook.com

  70. Cute! I bet my kids would love these! Me, too, of course!!

  71. Cute! I think my kids would live these! Me, too, of course!!

  72. Love these! Extra sprinkles make any dessert more exciting :) I always love the beautiful pictures you take, too!

  73. oh yummm delish!! Super great pictures <3

    thanks for sharing

    Catarina

  74. Ohhh, I think I could easily consume all of those!!! They look fantastic and I love the photography too. The confetti is the cookies is so femme and pretty – perfect for a hightea!! Love xxx

  75. They look so cute!

  76. These look so YUMMY!!!

  77. Oh I just LOVE how colorful these beauties are and those chocolate chips are YUMMY!

Leave a Comment »